A sad night for the entire Media Max family after the famous TV and radio reporter was found dead. According to Kameme Tv, senior producer and editor of the company, Josephine Mwihaki, died of a short illness.She was diagnosed with high blood pressure last week. He was admitted to a local hospital and then discharged and went home. However, the young reporter had a severe headache yesterday and was taken to hospital where he died from the illness. Kameme TV and the entire Max media community offer their deepest condolences to the reporter's family and friends. Josephine lived with her husband Eustace Kimati and they had three young children. He was born in 1980 and rose to fame at the age of 31.She died aged 41 years.Details of his funeral will soon be announced by the K24 family and Media Max.
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